Best Middle Eastern restaurants nearby. Discover the best Middle Eastern food in Liverpool. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Middle Eastern restaurants near you.. Liverpool (/ˈlɪvərpuːl/) is a city in North West England, with an estimated population of 484,578 in 2016 within the City of Liverpool borough. With its surrounding areas, it is the fifth-largest metropolitan area in the UK, with over 2.24 million people in 2011. The local authority is Liverpool City Council, the most populous local government district within the metropolitan county of Merseyside and the largest within the Liverpool City Region.
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4 based on 224 reviews
Nour is built on a dream of presenting classic Lebanese flavors in a fresh, exciting way. Who said falafel has to roll to the same old beat, meal after meal? Why does eggplant only get to hang out smashed with tahini? Don't you think the humble vine leaf
Saturday night is NOT the night to dine at this over priced restaurant. Besides the feeling of being on the set of the Kardashians or Shahs of Sunset ... the large obnoxious table of 14 seated right next to us got louder and louder as they got more inebriated ... ending in the âgentlemanâ of the table having a flatulence contest at the table !Tried to change tables but was told âsorry we are too busyâ.Oh, the food is ok but over priced.
4 based on 483 reviews
Have been here numerous times before but first time under new chef and with new menu. Not impressed. Some favourites have been retired (barramumdi) with new ones such as barbounia and snapper not up to scratch as they were way overcooked. The entrees have gone bland from their previous sharp tastes. Best on the night was the imported baklava and the coffee for which I will go again for - after having dinner elsewhere!
4 based on 313 reviews
Efendy means gentleman in old Turkish, but everyone is welcome here. Located on the corner of Darling and Elliott Streets, in a historic sandstone Victorian mansion, Efendy is a modern Turkish restaurant, complete with a basement bar, run by Istanbul-born
Attended for a friends birthday. Not knowing what to order we had the banquet- and it did not disappoint. Everything was presented beautifully, explained as each dish came out and tasted amazing- especially the eggplant dip. Wine list is a little expensive- international wines I can understand but the local wines need to be more reasonably priced. I would higly recommend going for good food, nice atmosphere (open fire was on) and lovely staff.
4 based on 306 reviews
maestro & co is a Manly tapas bar and restaurant that showcases Middle Eastern cuisine. Owner Graeme Moses who is of Lebanese heritage has created a first for Manly and the northern beaches - a Middle Eastern menu with a contemporary edge that is all mean
We wanted to have a nice family meal. The man who I can only assume was the owner or manager was yelling at the staff entire time. Our drinks were ok but the overall vibe from staff was horrible. Would not recommend going on a wednesday night as everything were just a mess and unorganised. Also found a cockroach on floor. Gross!
4 based on 371 reviews
The perfume of life ~Afous~ ÛTasteâ¦..â¦the flavours of two lands ÛTouchâ¦â¦.the palms of two hands ÛHearâ¦â¦â¦their music, the food of love that sings ÛSmellâ¦â¦..the perfume of life, from the sun and the rain ÛFeel â¦â¦...the spirit of food and life From the heart
We dined with friends and we had been prepared for a great experience and we werenât disappointed! The host âwelcomed us homeâ, provided us with rose water to wash our hands and was attentive throughout the evening.Our meals were delicious and one of our party has many allergies so his meal was brilliantly catered for!This BYO restaurant is a real gem. We would revisit in a flash!
4 based on 650 reviews
Welcome to Zahli - A modern take on traditional Middle Eastern flavours. Zahli Restaurant, located on Sydneyâs iconic Elizabeth Street in Surry Hills, brings an exceptional culinary experience to life. It allows patrons to get a feel for the culture and t
This is a really good Lebanese restaurant, authentic, tasty and fresh. It is located just down the street from the Belvoir Theatre and great for a pre-show meal, however its a short walk up a really steep hill to the theatre. Not great if you have a fully belly of food!
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